CM's Homepage area being rebuilt

Welcome to the homepage area of This area is under redevelopment at the moment. Please proceed to the fully functioning FORUM area and meet the whole community. Feel free to register in the forum and post away, ... just forgive the work going on at the front of house here for the time being. Thank you! Gurney - site admin!

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Could You be a School Governor?

Governors' Meeting Angie McKniff has been a school governor for the last 4 years. She has 4 children aged between 13 and 1 year old. They live in West Yorkshire.

She talks to ChristianMums about her role in school.


What Women Want - Friendship Evangelism

Jan Harney is the development officer for Activate (formerly known as Christian Viewpoint). She is also ordained and is a deacon at Christ Church, Pennington in Lancashire and is the mother of two teenagers.


Other People's Children - Fostering

Fostering just involves offering food and a bed to needy and grateful children, doesn't it? If this is what you think Graham and Jenny Marshall would be quick to disillusion you. They have been foster parents in Slough for the past twelve years, and have found it full of difficult situations and hard decisions, as well as huge rewards. At it's worst, Graham ended up locked in a police cell...


Punk Band, Cephas, talk to Christian Mums

Cephas are a Christian Punk Band. If you went to Greenbelt last year then you may have heard them. They play in both Christian and secular venues around the UK and are based in Staines. As well as through gigs, they keep in contact with their fans through a thriving message board on their website. Individually they are John, Ray, Andy and Adam. All four are committed Christians who want to tell people about Jesus, through their music. They look scary and sound mean on stage, but in person they are pleasant, articulate and have rather disconcerting Home Counties accents.


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